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I got nothing.
In fact, when I stroll through the mall, I only gaze at the clothing and barely pay attention to the shoes.
This is working well with my "don't want to buy any more clothes" 2015 goal.  I will make an exception when it's out of necessity, like when my two pairs of jeans both tore during the same week. This was also during the holidays and hopefully unrelated to all the food, but rather because they had been well used and in my closet for 3 years.

So my coveting post shall be a little different.  I'm really focused on my house right now and with Kyla, Rob and their kidlets moving out, its almost like I'm moving back into my house.  There is so much organizing to do.

I'm therefore taking it one room at a time and focusing on the media room, which is the only room that doesn't have anything hanging on the walls.

Here is some of inspiration:

Contemporary Home Theater by Des Plaines Schools and Organizations National Association of the Remodeling Industry

Then I went to find some pictures of the media room and I don't even really have any that show it's simpleness.  This is best I have....

So instead I'll let you know that I'm currently working really hard on creating a room that is cozy and practical and makes visual sense.
Stay tuned for a reveal in many, many moons from now.

In the meantime, c
heck out these talented bloggers to see what they came up with for today's topic and make sure you link your blog up if you put something together for this!


  1. You? Not coveting anythjng? I don't beleive it. Ha!

  2. I had a hard time with this one too. Can't wait to see what you do with your media room!

  3. I can't wait to see the reveal!

  4. Doesn't it feel kinda good to not be looking for clothes for a change? My husband keeps asking me if I want to go shopping and I really don't. I am sure when spring arrives, that will change but right now I am content. Can't wait to see the new and improved media room. Love your coveting graphic, too!!


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